Congratulations to Ashley and Candace on your first publication!
Parker A, Slack C, Skoe E(2020) Comparisons of Auditory Brainstem Responses Between a Laboratory and Simulated Home Environment. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 63(11), 3877-3892.
In the lab’s first virtual defense, Sarah Powell successfully defended her dissertation entitled, Clinician Approaches to Noise-Exposed, “Normal” Hearing Ears:Investigating the Need & Reliability of a Candidate Measure of Human Vulnerability to Noise Damage.
Well done, Sarah!
Congratulations to Ashley Parker for receiving the 2019 Student Research Grant in Audiology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation for her proposal entitled “The Inner Ear Protein Prestin as Biological Index of Noise-induced Hearing Loss”. Only two of these grants are awarded per year!
Check out the new ASHA blog post! The Hearing Power of Music
Sarah Camera was among a select group of graduate students in Audiology to receive academic scholarships this year from the William F. Austin Scholarship Foundation. Congratulations Sarah!
Liz Gernert has received a competitive SURF award from the UConn Office for Undergraduate Research for Summer 2017. Liz’s project is entitled “Is that me? Neural attenuation of self-generated sounds“.
A new paper called “Frequency-dependent fine structure in the frequency-following response: The byproduct of multiple generators” by Tichko and Skoe will appear in an upcoming issue of Hearing Research.
Maranda Jones received an undergraduate research fellowship from the Connecticut Institute for The Brain and Cognitive Sciences (IBACS) to undertake a study using multichannel auditory brainstem responses. Congratulations, Maranda!
Maranda Jones, an undergraduate student working jointly in the ABR Lab and the UConn Child Language Lab, has received a research grant from the PCLB foundation to support her honors thesis project, entitled “Relationships between Auditory Brainstem Response and Early Language in Typically Developing Children and Children with ASD“. Congratulations, Maranda!